Cruise ship worker pleads guilty in Miami to raping, trying to kill sleeping passenger With no plea bargain offered, Ketut Pujayasa, 29, in a Miami federal courtroom changed his plea to guilty on charges of attempted murder and aggravated sexual assault. An Indonesian citizen who worked as a room-service attendant for Holland America Line ... 09/30/2014 - 6:45 am | View Link
Victims' families remain quiet as Hernandez pleads not guilty A man serving a life sentence for the rape and slaying of a University of New Hampshire student is expected to plead guilty to attempted escape from a county jail, court staff said Wednesday. A man serving a life sentence for the rape and slaying of a ... 05/28/2014 - 12:21 pm | View Link
Miami attorney to challenge criminal asset seizures in Supreme Court case In that instance, Rothstein was allowed to hire his own attorney, a former partner in his bankrupt law firm, but he agreed to plead guilty to a $1.2 billion investment ... appellate lawyer Richard Strafer. The Obama administration’s solicitor general ... 10/15/2013 - 8:00 am | View Link
Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr, Miami-Dade College Student, To Plead Guilty To Obama Threat MIAMI — Court records show a Miami college student intends to plead guilty to making threatening posts against President Barack Obama on Facebook. A change of plea hearing is set Wednesday for 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. He had previously ... 07/16/2012 - 10:12 pm | View Link
Miami college student to plead guilty to Obama threat Miami: A Miami college student plans to plead guilty in federal court to threatening President Barack Obama on Facebook. A plea hearing is set for Wednesday afternoon for 20-year-old Joaquin Amador Serrapio Jr. His attorney says he intends to plead guilty ... 05/22/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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President Barack Obama is dismissing criticism that he overstepped his authority by acting unilaterally to shield millions of immigrants from the threat of deportation.
House Republicans failed to act on a bipartisan immigration bill the Senate passed in June 2013, or advance legislation of their own.
North Dakota transportation officials say southbound traffic on U. S. Highway 281 in Ellendale will be disrupted this weekend.
The state's Department of Transportation says southbound traffic will be detoured onto city streets as crews work to remove a building adjacent to U. S. 281 and Main Street. Northbound traffic won't be affected.
Officials say southbound trucks with multiple trailers should consider taking an alternate route because it may be difficult for drivers to maneuver local streets.
The detour isn't expected to last past Sunday.
Henrico County fire officials say arson is the suspected cause of an apartment complex fire that displaced 11 people.
Media outlets report that the fire occurred Friday evening at the Tree House complex in northern Henrico County. The fire began in a mailbox in the lobby of one building
Four units were damaged.
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Fracking generally uses a mixture of water, chemicals and sand to crack rock formations deep underground and release trapped oil and gas.
Opponents fear it can cause air and water pollution and health problems.